by William Ammentorp and Bill Warner
Academic Design describes the design process used in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities to evaluate academic programs and priorities based on the unique needs of individual institutions. The four main sections include landscape analysis; program analysis; program design and improvement; and learning paradigms. The conclusion offers information on how to prepare your academic design plan.Download the preface and introduction.
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Bill Ammentorp is professor of Educational Administration and Director of the Leadership Academy for two-year colleges at the University of Minnesota. His area of interest is organization design and he has worked as co-director of a national project for the design of the two-year college in collaboration with Professor George Copa of Oregon State University. Ammentorp has served as consultant to many public and private educational and human service organizations where he has emphasized strategic planning and organization design.
Bill Warner (President, The Bill Warner Group) is well known as an educator, college president, planner, and consultant. Warner has been a teacher and school administrator, working at the secondary and collegiate levels. He has served as dean and president of a metropolitan technical college known for its innovative instructional delivery. Warner has provided consulting services to educational institutions including K–12 through higher education in the areas of strategic planning, master academic planning, policy review, leadership development, civil rights compliance, Tech Prep, competency-based education, and organizational development.